The White Sox will be kicking off their spring training schedule against the Dodgers on Feb. 23 in Glendale, Ariz.
The South Siders will play 16 home games at Camelback Ranch, including one against the Cubs on March 15 and the Giants on March 4, two against the NL Central champion Reds (March 2 and March 10) and one against the Athletics, winners of the AL West, on March 16. The Sox will face the Cubs for one additional matchup in Mesa on March 7.
Here's a look at the team's full schedule in Arizona:
1:05 p.m.Feb. 25
1:05 p.m.Feb. 26
Texas1:05 p.m.Feb. 27
Texas1:05 p.m.Feb. 28
Milwaukee1:05 p.m.March 1
Cleveland1:05 p.m.March 2
Cincinnati1:05 p.m.March 3
1:05 p.m.March 4
1:05 p.m.March 5
1:05 p.m.March 6
Cubs1:05 p.m.March 8
1:05 p.m.March 9
Arizona1:05 p.m.March 10
Cincinnati1:05 p.m.March 11
Colorado1:05 p.m.March 12
Cleveland1:05 p.m.March 14
1:05 p.m.March 15
Oakland1:05 p.m.March 17
1:05 p.m.March 18
Cincinnati1:05 p.m.March 20
Arizona1:05 p.m.March 21
7:05 p.m.March 24
1:05 p.m.March 25
1:05 p.m.March 26
The White Sox will open the 2013 regular season against Kansas City on April 1.
Everyone who took part in the recently-held fifth annual Franklin Middle School Dodgeball Madness charity tournament played for various charitable reasons. The Lake Park Lancers football team chose to honor a person who embodied the true meaning of service and sacrifice.
Lake Park junior linebacker Gino Romano took a few minutes to explain why they decided to play in honor of fallen Bloomingdale police officer Raymond Murrel, the first ever officer who died in the line of duty for the village.
Romano also discussed the Lancers’ offseason and the team’s overall preparation for the upcoming 2017 football slate.
I caught up with Romano at the tournament in Wheaton. Proceeds benefited the school, the DuPage Hundred Club, Team Red, White and Blue and The Pat Tillman Foundation.
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4,295 YDS, 61.6 CMP%, 37 TD, 12 INT, 135.6 QBR
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